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Cribriform plate - bone + what transmits
1.Ethmoid
2.CN1
Foramen cecum - bone + what transmits
1.Frontal
2.Nasal emissary vein
Anterior ethmoidal foramen
1.Frontoethmoidal suture
2.Anterior ethmoidal artery, vein, nerve
Posterior ethmoidal foramen
1.Frontoethmoidal suture
2.Posterior ethmoidal artery, nerve, vein
Optic canal
1.Sphenoid (chiasmatic groove)
2.CN II, ophtalmic artery
Superior orbital fissure
1.Sphenoid bone
2.CN III, IV, V1, VI, superior ophtalmic vein
Foramen rotundum
1.Sphenoid
2.CN V2
Foramen ovale
1.Sphenoid
2.CN V3, accessory meningeal artery
Foramen spinosum
1.Sphenoid
2.Middle meningeal artery
Recurrent meningeal nerve (V3)
Foramen lacerum
1.Sphenoid, temporal, occipital
2.Meningeal branch of ascending pharyngeal artery
Hiatus for greater petrosal nerve
1.Temporal (petrous)
2.Greater petrosal nerve (CN VII), petrosal branch of middle meningeal artery
Hiatus for lesser petrosal nerve
1.Temporal (petrous, lateral to hiatus for greater petrosal nerve)
2.Lesser petrosal nerve (CN IX)
Internal acoustic meatus
1.Temporal (petrous)
2.CN VII, CN VIII
Internal labyrynthine artery
Aqueduct vestibuli
1.Temporal (petrous)
2.Opening of endolymphatic duct
Jugular foramen
1.Petrooccipital fissure
2. CN IX, X, XI, sigmoid sinus, inferior petrosal sinus, posterior meningeal branches of occipital and ascending pharyngeal arteries